I don't deny generational differences. I just question how much impact they really have when you consider the other influences on people such as the region they were born, their education, their cultural background, their religion, etc. To me the better approach is to treat people as individuals rather than try to assign them to a convenient category such as "Boomer," "Type A," or "ENTJ." The categories may be helpful in fully understanding a person but relying on only one category is missing the total picture of the person. "What labels me, negates me," as Nietzsche wrote.